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Dennis Calabi recovery & gallery news

Posted on | March 31, 2023 | Comments Off on Dennis Calabi recovery & gallery news

Barranca #22 by Robert Pearson McChesney, 1979, Acrylic on Panel, 36 x 48

Dear Friends,

As some of you may know, Dennis recently suffered a serious brain injury from a fall. He is safely home and recovering slowly, but needs to focus on his healing for the next few months.

If you have ever thought of Calabi Gallery as an indispensable cultural institution, now is the time we would appreciate your help and support more than ever to keep our doors open. The gallery has always lived close to the edge and now with Dennis unable to work, we are even closer. We are willing and able to reduce prices on most of our inventory, depending on consignment agreements. So if there is a special piece you’ve been eyeing or you have a space in need of artwork please reach out. All offers will be considered!

We have been overdue for a new exhibition and this is why we won’t be hanging a new one for a while. But if you haven’t visited the gallery recently, you will be surprised by a number of new acquisitions and consignments we’ve taken in. There is plenty of exciting new work to be seen.

Our current exhibition “Mixed Bag 2.0” can be viewed online here. Please keep in mind some of our most recent additions have yet to be added to our website, but can be viewed in person Thursday – Saturday 11-5pm and by appointment. We are located at 456 Tenth Street in Santa Rosa.

It’s true when they say it takes a village. We are so grateful for your continued support and friendship,

Camille Sylvester

Monday at the Headlands by Carolyn Lord, Watercolor, 11 x 15

         Creation 1 by Warren Bellows, Oil on Panel    //    Zweisprache (Dialogue) by Max Pechstein, 1920, Woodcut, 7/55

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